Category Archives: schools

WHAT EXPLAINS AMERICA’S DECLINE? — PART 3

When people read this post, I don’t doubt many will find it a bit strange and somewhat incoherent. That’s because I don’t truly propose to answer the question: How have labor unions been corrupted by government? Instead, I want my … Continue reading

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WHAT EXPLAINS AMERICA’S DECLINE? — PART 2

 How Has Private Commerce Been Corrupted By Government? The Cult Of The Leader Why do we have private commerce? When America was founded, the people believed we are each entitled to use the fruits of our labors as we think … Continue reading

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A COUPLE OF POSTS AT TOO CONSERVATIVE

Over the years, the characters that blog at Too Conservative have changed somewhat. Has that been an improvement? Let the beholder decide. When I visited, I considered leaving a couple of comments.  Instead, I decided to link to a couple … Continue reading

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HOW WELL WERE YOU EDUCATED?

Here is a question for you. What if the Federal Government, your state government, and your local government taxed you heavily and then gave you a “free” car every ten years. What if that car was built by well-paid workers … Continue reading

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DO YOU THINK MIGHT MAKE RIGHT? — PART 2

In DO YOU THINK MIGHT MAKE RIGHT? — PART 1, I explained the reason for this little series of posts. My objective is to give a personal witness and explain why I choose to talk about the application of Christian theology … Continue reading

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